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CHS Caregiver/ Student Information

Update: December 1st, 2021



Update: August 17, 2021 

Please click the picture below for the Welcome Back Information!



Update: February 12, 2021

Please click the image below for the Caregiver Newsletter for March and April!




Update: February 5th, 2021

Please click the image below for the Return To 100% Instruction option for CHS caregivers. This document was sent out as a messenger on February 4th, 2021



Update: January 25th, 2021

Please click here for Winter Online Expectations document!


Update: January 21st, 2021



Update: December 6th, 2020



Update: November 20,2020

Please click here for our Online Learning Expectations from now until December 4th.

Update: Aug 09, 2020

Please check the Clinton Community District or Clinton High School Facebook page for the video of Mr. Kuch and Mr. Prinsen sharing the CHS and CMS Return to Learn plan. The slides of the show are linked below.

Please click here for the Return to Learn plan for CHS and CMS!

Update: May 26, 2020

Please click here for the newest update on graduation and more!

UPDATE: May 8, 2020

Please click here for the newest update on graduation and more!

Update: April 16, 2020

If students did not provide accurate information on the Google Form that was emailed, they will experience longer wait times.



Update: April 14, 2020

Please click the link below for the Parent Update for 4.14.2020:

-Includes updates on: Graduation, Locker Clean-Out, Cap and Gown pick-up and more!

Parent Update: 4.14.2020



Update: April 8, 2020

Clinton Community School District has chosen to move to Required Learning for our students. Required Learning means that students must engage in the requirements of the school in order to obtain credit or advance to the following grade.

At Clinton High School, it is our belief that we will work with our caregivers and students to meet their needs in these very trying times.  The first support we want to offer is the emotional support that our students need during this time. Please reach out to us via email or phone, and we will get you connected to the right person who can help. Academically, we are offering two main ways for students to engage in their learning:

  • Online Learning through Google Classroom
  • Supplemental Materials for those who do not have access to the internet

The following document outlines the process that Clinton High School is following in meeting the needs of all of our students.

Included in this information:

  • Timelines in regards to instruction, due dates for assignments, and feedback from staff to students
  • Laptop pick-up and internet availability at each school in CCSD
  • Grading for the rest of this semester
  • Latest information on Prom/Graduation/Scholarships/Spring Activities

Parent Update 4.8.2020

Google Resources for Parents:

Cheat Sheet for Slides

Cheat Sheet for Google Drive

Cheat Sheet for Google Docs

Cheat Sheet for Google Sheets

Google Classroom Presentation


Guidance pertaining to before April 13th.

Per guidelines from the Iowa Department of Education, schools are not allowed to provide new instruction or assignments. The information provided is not intended to be for instructional purposes by CHS staff. The resources provided are for exploration for students and general knowledge of certain areas. Content may or may not have been created by CHS staff, although the material has been reviewed.

Each folder should be fully updated no later than April 2, 2020.

Please click the link below for access:

CHS Remote Learning Resources Folder

Students who have missing work and who are able to garner access to their online resources are encouraged to submit their work to their teacher through Google Classroom. Students who are not able to do this are not penalized.

Students who are in Advanced Placement classes are encouraged to review their individual teacher’s Google Classroom or find more information on the College Board Website.

Please also be aware, that encouraging reading every day and having conversations about what has been read and asking students to justify their reasoning with facts is highly encouraged!